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Arts & Entertainment

Where to See a Tree Lighting Ceremony around Boston

Put on your coziest sweater and get festive.


City Life

What Is This Part of Boston, Massachusetts Actually Called?

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Home & Property

Take a First Look at the Residential-Only St. Regis Coming to Boston

City Life

The Death of the Office Friendship


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City Life

Five Things That Will Probably Happen Before the Green Line Extension Finally Opens

At this rate, even happy hours might make a comeback before the forever-delayed new station arrives.

City Life

Rags to Witches

They’re hip, business-savvy, and know how to cast a spell: How a new generation of witches and warlocks selling $300 wands conquered Salem.

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Home & Property

On the Market: A Modern Farmhouse Retreat in Vermont

Stow away for the winter in this chic, contemporary post and beam home.

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Restaurants

The Best Places to Eat near TD Garden

Before you head to a concert or game, fuel up with Mexican food from a TV-star chef, some of Boston’s best burgers, and more.

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Travel

See Thousands of Intricately Carved Jack-O-Lanterns in Providence

Wanna see 6,000 carved pumpkins? Of course you do.

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Home & Property

On the Market: A Tucked-Away Home by Fiddler’s Cove on Cape Cod

This North Falmouth home comes with a private dock and access to a tennis club plus two association beaches.


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The Summer of Social Distancing

The Summer of Social Distancing

What you need to know to make the most of a very unusual summer in Boston.
Time to Toast: How to Host a Glamorous Cocktail Party

Time to Toast: How to Host a Glamorous Cocktail Party

Raise a glass and ring in the new year in style.

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City Life

Jaywalking in Boston Is a Crime in Name Only. Thank Goodness.

A recent push to make jaywalking fines actually sting should only strengthen our resolve.

City Life

Don’t Miss Boston Magazine’s What You Need to Know Seminar

The daylong event will feature panels devoted to helping women make the most of their careers.

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Home & Property

On the Market: A Charming Cliffside Cottage on the Maine Coast

Looking for a coastal home that allows you to enjoy nature’s wonder year-round? Let’s just say your search is over.

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Travel

Where to Find the Best Independent Bookstores in New England

From the shores of Maine to the mountains of Vermont, you can find a good bookshop wherever you travel.

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Home & Property

On the Market: A Dreamy Home on a Nantucket Pond

Nicknamed Swan Lake, this secluded home provides a perfect escape no matter the season.

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Longreads

Newsmakers, profiles, history, and more.

It Runs in the Family: The Risk of Hereditary Cancer

It Runs in the Family: The Risk of Hereditary Cancer

Some people are born with an alteration in their DNA or genetic material that makes them more susceptible to certain types of cancer. Presented by Mass General Cancer Center

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Restaurants

The 10 Best Restaurants for Pre- and Post-Show Dining in Boston’s Theater District

These downtown wine bars, casual pubs, and occasion-worthy restaurants set the stage for a perfect night on the town.

City Life

From “Cowboy Up” to “Dancing on my Own,” the Obsessions That Defined the Playoff Red Sox

A history of the traditions, dance moves, and memes that fans and players embraced over the years.

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Home & Property

On the Market: An Esteemed Berkshires Inn with Waterfront Views

The Lakehouse Inn sits on a cliff overlooking Laurel Lake and has since 1903, making it a historic town landmark.

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Restaurants

The Best Coffee Shops Around Boston Right Now

From classic coffeehouses to modern roasters, here’s where (else) to go in Dunkin’ country.

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